Galleries and museums (including the British Museum, above) are reopening to the public after months of closure during the pandemic. Photo: Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images Galleries and museums (including the British Museum, above) are reopening to the public after months of closure during the pandemic. Photo: Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images
Galleries and museums (including the British Museum, above) are reopening to the public after months of closure during the pandemic. Photo: Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images
Mercedes Hutton
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Destinations known by Mercedes Hutton

Chinese tourists look forward to visiting Europe’s museums and galleries again, and the feeling is mutual

  • Institutions have weathered the Covid-19 storm by holding online and virtual exhibitions and events
  • They are confident in Chinese tourists’ love of art and eagerly await their return

Galleries and museums (including the British Museum, above) are reopening to the public after months of closure during the pandemic. Photo: Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images Galleries and museums (including the British Museum, above) are reopening to the public after months of closure during the pandemic. Photo: Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images
Galleries and museums (including the British Museum, above) are reopening to the public after months of closure during the pandemic. Photo: Richard Baker/In Pictures via Getty Images
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Mercedes Hutton

Mercedes Hutton

Mercedes Hutton is a Hong Kong-based journalist. She joined the Post in 2018, where she writes about culture, the environment and history for Post Magazine, and covers travel and tourism in Asia in a weekly column, Destinations Known.